AUSTIN, TEXAS (PRWEB) AUGUST 27, 2019
BlueCloud® by HealthCarePoint (HCP) has expanded to Europe with major site networks recently adopting BlueCloud Systems, including Hospital La Paz Institute for Health Research in Madrid, Spain, the Slovak Research Center (SRCSK) in Trencin, Slovakia, and a growing number of independent and institutional investigator sites, sponsors, CROs, universities, educators, associations and other industry stakeholders.
This European expansion will complement its networking systems in the US, Puerto Rico, Central and South America, Australia, Asia and Africa, providing real-time global connectivity between sites, sponsors and CROs in a private, GDPR, CCPA compliant environment. While providing global consumer-privacy protection, BlueCloud also will ensure compliance with current laws and regulations, updating those requirements by regulators and government organizations as changes occur.
BlueCloud Europe reflects global recognition of the need to modernize an unsustainable global healthcare and clinical-research ecosystem. With BlueCloud networking systems in place, European members can more efficiently deliver, distribute, implement and track (DDIT™) their business and compliance programs and initiatives using an interconnected global network of 1.6 million healthcare professionals from thousands of healthcare and clinical research organizations.
Tigran Arzumanov, BlueCloud Europe manager, explains, “BlueCloud is a unique network, built not only to make clinical research and healthcare more efficient, but also to respect the privacy of its participants by giving individuals control over their professional information and providing connectivity between providers and consumers. The establishment of the European office reflects BlueCloud’s growing footprint in the region and our wish to be closer to our existing members, while also making it more efficient for new members to join.”
“We are very happy to be the part of this great modern international network!” says Michaela Vančová, clinical operations director for Slovak Research Center (SRCSK). “Finally, we do not need to wait ages until technology enters former Eastern Europe to increase trial pipelines, so our patients can participate and access the newest clinical trial treatments available. Our investigators are well-trained professionals with large patient databases who are eager to bring new treatments to the industry.”
“The BlueCloud DDIT™ mechanisms are able to facilitate necessary distribution of medical training, research standards, clinical scales and other protocols,” stated Dr. Blanca Fuentes Gimeno, Chief Unidad de ictus Associate Professor Department of Neurology, Hospital Universitario La Paz. “The spanish version of the PedNIHSS, developed by a panel of pediatric and adult stroke experts, continues its successful distribution by the BlueCloud International Education Network. IdiPAZ joined BlueCloud’s global movement for the standardization of accredited educational activities in October 2018 with a mission to facilitate the expansion of modern diagnostic tools like the Madrid-DIRECT scale and the international version of the PedNIHSS, beginning with the successful distribution and tracking of the activity with Spanish-speaking professionals.”
Al O. Pacino, president and co-founder of BlueCloud by HealthCarePoint explained, “Creating the global infrastructure necessary to strengthen stakeholders and equipping investigator sites and healthcare organizations with basic business and compliance technologies and education was vital in our European expansion. BlueCloud Europe makes it easier to meet demand for our DDIT mechanisms globally, bringing us closer to fulfilling our mission of leaving no patient behind. Changing the current global paradigm, including culture and establishment has been long overdue; patients cannot wait.”
About BlueCloud® by HealthCarePoint
A global sustainable innovation providing delivery, distribution and implementation (DDI) mechanisms for all industry stakeholders. BlueCloud is a Connector Service Provider (CSP®). Nominated as one of the top innovations in the industry, BlueCloud is the first independent (real-time / single sign-on) professional network for healthcare and clinical research. This global collaborative network connects all stakeholders in a secure, regulated, private system with that ensures human subject protection. BlueCloud is available in more than 167 countries and used by more than 1.6 million healthcare professionals including sponsors, CROs, research sites, hospitals, universities, associations and thousands of healthcare and clinical research stakeholders that use its applications to connect, organize, centralize and share verifiable information in real-time for managerial and compliance activities. The network is proven to save the industry millions of dollars by eliminating redundancies, expediting study start up and ensuring quality, transparency and compliance – modernizing the industry through connectivity and creating a system that leaves no patient behind regardless of religion, race or social status worldwide.
About Hospital La Paz Institute for Health Research
Hospital La Paz Institute for Health Research (IdiPAZ) was created in 2009 and is conceived as a biomedical research space resulting from the relationship between La Paz University Hospital (HULP), Fuenlabrada University Hospital (HUF), the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM), and the Foundation for Biomedical Research of La Paz University Hospital (FIBHULP). IdiPAZ works to become a national and international reference in translational biomedical research, promoting quality research at basic, clinical, epidemiological and health services levels. Furthermore, our Institute is aimed at favoring and developing research programs and projects or training of researchers, with special attention to the scientific training of professionals in research methodology and the needs of the Primary Health Care field. IdiPAZ’s scientific structure includes 55 research groups distributed according to six strategic areas: Neurosciences, Cardiovascular, Infectious Diseases and Immunity, Organ System Pathologies, Cancer and Human Molecular Genetics, and Surgery, Transplant and Health Technologies.
About Slovak Research Center
Slovak Research Center doctors have participated in many clinical trials in different areas of medicine, including oncology. All study team members actively working with the biological samples have passed IATA training and have IATA certificates. Our priorities are the high quality of gathered data and information, its processing, documentation and archiving. We understand its importance for the results of a clinical trial. We have experience with CRF entry – both, paper and electronic. All clinical trials at our sites are conducted in compliance with ICH GCP, European directive, local legislation and particular clinical trial protocol. Our sites have experience with several internal and external audits; two of them have already experienced regulatory inspections. Our doctors work with modern equipment, which is necessary for accurate diagnosing and treatment. The equipment at all of our sites is being regularly calibrated, and certificates are available upon request.